Motorcycles have been a part of many world cultures. They are also known as bikes, choppers, scooters, enduros, etc. In Asia, you can see motorcycles all over the road in various designs, colors, and purposes. Motorcycle culture in the west borders more on the freedom it offers whenever you ride it. It is also symbolic, as most motorcycle subcultures usually relate the size and form of a motorcycle with sexuality, potency, and power.
There are two major classifications for motorcycles according to driving conditions: automatic and manual transmission. Each class has its advantages and disadvantages. Let us look further and compare which one’s better.
Automatic Transmission Motorcycles
These are modern bikes that have a transmission that automatically shifts gears whenever the driver operates it. It has sophisticated mechanics fit for the modern rider.
Manual Transmission Motorcycles
These are “old school” choppers that have that classic transmission that allows its rider to change gears manually. The rider gets to choose how fast should he or she goes, by clamping the clutch, while slowly pumping the accelerator. The mechanics are not as sophisticated as an automatic transmission, but it works almost the same.
Pros and Cons
Comparing manuals with automatics are like choosing between apples and oranges. With these points laid out, it would be easier for a would-be rider to choose which enduro to get.
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